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mobile of moderate price today, you may leave Boston with your 
family, drive to Seattle, down to San Diego, back through New 
Orleans, and not once change a tire, or lift the hood from your 
engine. 

Water added to the radiator once or twice, oil and gasoline 
in proportion to mileage, both so cheap that it is a disaster for 
the oil company, with comfortable stopping places along every 
road, and GOOD ROADS EVERYWHERE. Such is the marvel- 
ous "paradise" for automobile drivers that engineering genius 
and good roads combined have created within a few years. 



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I WS8 asked to be t>ie poet-lauroatef 

On this Bcaiorable occ.«!3ion In retrentj 

I was urc:ed to a«ke a rbj^me, 

It need not be subliae* 

Soaething funny — net too fanny — brifht ana nert* 

But as I thought about it, 

My conscience se.Bed to doubt it 

Ti ould be the proper thing for one like me, 

A laea of leaming large, and dignity 

To ninister to airth and chear frivolity. 

So I finally decided, snd by the thought abided, 

111 t I would preach a Mram to you sen; 

11: t i. really i^hf^.t yoa need, not jokes, but thought indeed, 

Thrt you may ponder on end ai^be preach age in • 

The text? INcll you all kno& lt| one erery preacher knors, 
But as Paul >.'!6 not a poet we mat drop b^ick Into prose. 

The gpod th't I would I do not, 
Ihe evil th^ t I would not that I do. 
But ii I do th::t I would not, 
£ven tho I knoc I should not. 
It is no more I that do it, 

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^u. sin th^t dwelleth in me is the goet* 



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tbm late Apostle Paul, 

Long after Aden's fall, 

•as sure he h&d a double personality} 

His aothcr naaed hia Saul, 

hoyc crUed bis Para sol. 

And that's hovr he vliacovared the reality* 

Of tifO selves in onci skin. 

One Paul, the other Sin; 

Por Paul was always tjentle, aild ^nc kindj 

But vhea boys would begin 

To heckle, then would Sin 

Put naughty, neughty tho^ichts in poor Saul's Bind* 

Sin would rip ani snort »nd cuss 

And do things em wuss, 

He'd chuck bricks at 'en, bangl baa I bini 

Isagine what a auss 

If as raiaed by all this fuss* 

But it wasn't Paul the.t lid it, it was Sin. 

Row to bring things up to date, 

Before it ^ets too l&te» 

ihere nre .l.^o t«o of you fmd two of aei 

Xhere ^rm two J is Albion s. 

Two Vincent loalinsons, 

T*iO FdcLard ^uy Sykes, 3. D,, D. D. 

Let Vincent -'ilice b h-H, 

And wr-tch it's zljj-sag f-ll 

Away off in the woods behind a tree, 

Coee he stand still a while 

And Boxaur TdLth a saile, 

"Tut-tut", "Alas", ^snd "Denry, do«ry ae." ? 

Ray* He grabs hold of his is^shie 

And in he goes, creeh, crsshie 

You wouldn't know our oild and gentle Vin. 

In fact it is not hm 

Uttering words behind thst tree. 

It's not Ping^lic Toannyj it is Sin* 

I once hei?rd Albert HiEaatt 

Say, ri ht out loud, "Now dam it," ^Y^hisper) 

But th' t's not the way h* said it, not at allj 

I knew he would repent it, 

Though he spoke a.^ though hr^ aeant it. 

Sin tripped poor Albert BaosMLtt for e fall* 

Rhm Koger Eta, D. D. 

U"5 sir- "•-- Q buable bee 

In th o of his favorite peroration - 

Veil, the Bible on the desk 

lias been " "•^ :tt.% I guess, 

3in knoo - . i cover off in his elation* 



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Who is w«aping and repining 

B«e&tts« one da/ ba jaoked a big ci^ r; 

Bat let B« tell you. Qua, 

loa need not sake n fass, 

Ju3t lay It onto Sin, that's better f-nr. 

Whsn John han inligestion 

7T<m certain indiscretion. 

In Bjir.eling pio v.ith pork '^ ' tbinga akin, 

Does he rip -nl ro^r and groan. 

Does be digh nd : ob an i mosn? 

Hay. rhfit isn't gentle Johnnie. Th«t if> Sin. 

For there sits dear old Van 

As L^ppy '3 » clajB 

Writing all about the loveliness of love. 

Vhan Sin c^ves his a poke 

la the tuBUsick, (Th<it's no Joke) 

Then he grf?bs ?i red-hot pok.r frDa the stove, 

Anw he brana ; In letters blnck 

A cruel, h'lrd nttack 

On ToBlinson or H&ll to nnke him quiver. 

He re&lly loes not oeen Ida, 

But hl3 best friend, he v.ill bean hia 

Vhen Sin b&nga John in the basket or the liver. 

So I Bight further go, 

Strni rtll f raters in a row, 

But I fear I could not atop jjhould I begin. 

If one 3boulc^ sruce his iv:. ther. 

Or bust his younger brotl.er, 

lou onet not blaoM the frater^ charge to Sin* 

So lot's five >% cheer for Sin 

The CU8B th^t lives rlthinj 

lie's a ffliifhty good friend to us, mil the -^ ae. 

It's greftt coafort to s chap. 

Hot to ;:ive a bio >ain;. rip 

But cry, "I didn't Jo itf Sin's to bl'^ael « 








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txyu. ■ ji ^ t^r^. niS LEGEKD OF INSTMX POSTUM 

In the propigrlactic forest 
On the shores of Coca Cola 
Dwelt the Moxieo In their wigwaa - 
Old Sapolio, the Chief toin 
Pebeco, the grizzled prophet, 
1 And the warriors young ^ni eager. 

! In the lodge of the old Cheiftain 
With uneeda aore than Kother, 
And Victrola, old 'mc feeble, 
Lived the warmest of the aeidens, Sluaterole, 
Rust role, Sapolio* s daughter; 
kusterole, the sun-kirt Chicklet. 
All the youne nen sought her favorj 
Left their trophies at her wigwamj 
Brou ht her Thenaos skins for rnininent, 
Brought her Tarvis. for ointment: 
And sweet Musterole smiled on them, 
^iled on Vaseline 'md Pointex, 
Sailed on Landerine and Jelloj 
Soiled, but left them unrequitted. 
For her love she g-ive to no one; 
Frigldaire alone she gave them. 

Then from i^ultibestos Mountains, 
Froia the tribe of Texacoes, 
Came the yoiing chief. Instant Postum, 
Mightiest binter in the forest. 
All superb in strength and beauty, 
He it was who trapped the Kodak; 
He who shot the great Se*H.rs-Pioebackj 
Shot hiic with his swift Pierce-Arrow. 
EYersharp^ his trusty hatchet. 
Every arrow-head a ^t Point. 

On him gaaed the iioxie niaidens; 
Sujol poured her gleaming glances j 
Bold Csrbona sought to Ttin hia, 
Zonite brouht him luscious Pyrenej 
But for Ltusterole yearned Postum. 

Through the fields oi ripe ?iheatena, 

Through the Shredded Wheat they wandered 

To tl e White Rock by the river. 

By the rippling Cuticura. 

There beneath Palm Olive shadows. 

From the boughs she picked the Grape-Nuts j 

There she saw the sun descending; 

Naught c ^red Postum for the night winds 

Blowing througli the Hole-Proof forests; 



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Musterole vras there beside hlsi. 
To bis bosom quick he drew herj 
Y.Mspering words of love a-bumingj 
Told her how he foupht the Seal-Pax| 
Told her hov^ he'd sir. in Bull-Durham; 
Told her how he'd trapped Amicoj 
Boasted of liis fnther's tepee 
T.ith its sidevS of Mentholfitun, 
^ith its rugs of salt Socony. 

To hiffl, Musterole, a-quiver, 
Listened, and her heart £.ave answer. 
All the warmth ox love she gave him: 
All her Rubberset affection, 
G-^'Ve her he ;Tt to Inst'^nt Postum. 
There he woad her, there he r-on her, 

Passea the ye^rs in quick cuocesaion: 
Sbftll Post Tor.sties crjae to bless then. 
Triplets, 3. V. D. , Gold Dust Twins, 
Little Beechnut, ^ri^ley, Spearmint, 
Vici Kid, "nd Pluto Viater. 
Th«se and other little toasties, 
V^aroly wrapped in Esaiond Blankets, 
Filled the wigwam with their liughter. 




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on "What is the Use of >God?" at the 
Lenten services conducted by the Greater 
Boston Federation of Churches, at Tre- 
mont Temple today. 

"This question expresses the foiuii 
which distrust or denial of God is most 
apt to take in the present day," said the 
speaker, who took his te.xt from John 
4:16: "God is Love, and he that dwelleth 
in love dwelleth in God and God in him. " 

"Once the question was, 'Doe.s God 
Exist?' Instead of man being- made in 
the image of God, is God a fiction pro- 
jected in the image of man? Today, 
however, the question is more likely to 
be. 'Is God of any practical value?' 

"Atheism today is not so much an in- 
lellectuaJ denial as it is a practical dis- 
missal. Of course, they work out as the 
same thing. For all practical pmposes 
it makes no difference whether God is a 
fiction or a useless f^ct. Nevertheless, 1 
I3ut the question in the form that more 
iccurately reflects the present-day mood. 

'One use of God is to validate our high- 
•*st ideals and aspirations. They are 
promissory notes drawn against a spirit- 
ual bank. Faith in God is faith that 
^he bank is solvent. There is too much 
I hat passes for religion which justifies 
I he charge that reliance on God is use- 
less. It is a wholesome protest against 
a religion that makes CJod everything 
• ind man a worm of the dust. But tha^ is ; 
not religion at its best. There is another 
and a higher sort that makes God not a 
■substitute for human endeavor, but its 
jnspiration. 

"For years the scourge of yellow f^er 
held the Isthmus of Panama in its ma- 
lignant grip. The work of General Gor- 
gas in eradicating that dread disease was 
an epoch-making achievement which, 
more than engineering skiii, made possi- 
ble the Panama Canal. But what could 
Gorgas accomplish if something in the 
universe had not been ready to respond? 
If Gorgas hSd believed that nature was 
bent on preserving yellow fever as a per- 
manent institution, he would have been 
beaten at the stait, and would never 
have begun. God would not do the work 
of the sanitary engineer, but he would 
reinforce him, and in that sense of rein- 
forcement was his strength. 



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kept him going in his long and seemingly | 
hopeless fight against the slums of New , 
York. He replied, 'When a man is fight- i 
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somebody after him is bound to win, for 
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moral weakling who thus revealed the 
source of his indomitable strength. That 
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An exhibition of paintings and 
chalk drawings by Robert Strong 
Woodward of Shelburne Falls opened 
yesterday in the Johnson library of 
Amherst college and will remain on 
view for two weeks. In addition to 
a number of canvases shown recently 
in Mr Woodward's exhibitions at 
Smith and Mount Holyoke, there are 
many new subjects, several in a new 
vein for this New England artist. 

Of these there is "My Grandmother's 
Shawl," a large still life of antique 
bottles, lamp, plate, brass kettle, etc., 
a fuchsia plant in bloom, all set out 
on an old cherry table draped with 
an old red plaid shawl. Another new 
still life is called "Cora and the 
Amarylli.s," a quaint old doll in faded 
purple silk, leaning against the pot 
of an amaryllis lily in bloom, all 
against a background of many books. 
Two new landscapes unfortunately 
will not be included in this exhibit 
as one is at present in the current 
exhibition of the Pennsylvania Acad- 
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done this fall, is being shown at the 



exhibition of contemporary art now 
being held by the Boston Art club, 
at which it received one of the prize 
medals. There will be however a 
complete representation of the work 
of this painter who has chosen for his 
subjects the New England country-, 
side in its many phases. 

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England Soil," "New England Drama," 
"New England Origins," "In Old Bos- 
ton," "My Grandmother's Lamp," 
"June Hills," "Dignity of Winter," 
"Marlboro Church," "White Cloud," 
"When Sap Runs," "Dusty Rafters," 
"Cora and the Amaryllis," "New Eng- 
land -Winter," "Winter Slope," "Por- 
trait of a Shadow," "Up the River 
Road," "Apples and Silk," and "Fall 
Flame." Chalk drawings and pastels 
include "God's Quiet Acre," "The Pa- 
dent Angel," "Down From Heath," 
"On the Water Front," 'The Valley 
in June." "Mt Greylock in December," 
"The Hills of Cummington," "From 
T Wharf, Drying Nets," "Crazy 
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